Local bioltech firm and EPA partner in water protection effort
Nanologix, a local biotechnology company, has partnered with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to design a new method to protect water from dangerous bacteria.
The company, which manufactures rapid-
detection petri-dish test kits at a facility here, has entered a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement with EPA scientists, the company announced this week.
“Working with the EPA on water-quality testing is a significant milestone in our corporate development,” said the company’s chief
executive, Bret Barnhizer.
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